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  1. About the Properties file

    by java 1.5) simple format of a java properties file is like this: myproperty=12345 myotherproperty=This is a sentence WebObjects manages application preferences … in the file named Resources/Properties in the woa and framework bundle format. Using Properties in WebObjects For a traditional WebObjects application, Properties
    DocumentationJun 28, 2016
  2. Project Wonder Properties Files

    This Page will serve as a base location for talking about what can be done with the Properties files using Project Wonder and what properties are available etc. Precedence When the application launches, Properties files will be loaded in the following order. If there is a conflicting parameter between the files
    DocumentationMay 22, 2013
  3. Best Practices-Properties Files

    Properties Files UserSpecific Properties Files You can have any number of Properties.username files in your project's Resources directory inadditionto the default Properties file. These Properties.username files will automatically load based on which user is launching the application. This allows you to have custom
    DocumentationJul 29, 2009
  4. User-Specific Properties Files

    You can have any number of Properties.username files in your project's Resources directory inadditionto the default Properties file. These Properties.username files will automatically load based on which user is launching the application. This allows you to have custom logging, email, database, etc configuration
    DocumentationApr 18, 2008
  5. Explanation of the default properties in a Wonder project

    When you create a new Wonder project in WOLips, the Properties file is filled with numerous properties. If you are new to WebObjects or new to using Project Wonder, you might want to know what those properties do. Let's see: OGNL ognl.helperFunctions=true ognl.inlineBindings=true The OGNL enable you to use the OGNL
    DocumentationJul 20, 2012
  6. Split Install Deployment

    <! property determination > <target name="setProps"> <property file="$ $ build.properties"/> <property file="build.properties"/> <property file="$ $ Library … The Simple Way One simple change to your build.xml: Simply add the wsDestDir property to the woapplication (or woframework in the case of a framework project) task
    WOProject / WOLipsSep 04, 2008
  7. packageandgobuild.xml

    ="setProps,init.install,build.woapp,war,ssdd"/> <target name="clean" depends="setProps"> <delete dir="dist"/> </target> <! property determination > <target name="setProps"> <property file="$ $ build.properties"/> <property file="build.properties"/> <property file="$ $ Library$ wobuild.properties"/> <condition property
  8. old_packageandgobuild.xml

    ="setProps,init.install,build.woapp,war,ssdd"/> <target name="clean" depends="setProps"> <delete dir="dist"/> </target> <! property determination > <target name="setProps"> <property file="$ $ build.properties"/> <property file="build.properties"/> <property file="$ $ Library$ wobuild.properties"/> <condition property
  9. Getting started

    , additional properties In my application projects I create an additional folder called 'Properties' which contains additional property files for differing … : runtime.config.name value:".local" And in my application's Properties file I have the following properties declared runtime.config.dir=Properties runtime.config.name
    WOProject / WOLipsJun 06, 2014
  10. Java Client-WebStart Incremental Build

    project, with the following as its contents: <project name="javaclient" default="javaclient" basedir="."> <target name="setProps"> <property file="$ $ build.properties" /> <property file="build.properties" /> <property file="$ $ Library$ wobuild.properties" /> <condition property="wo.properties.check.failed
    DocumentationFeb 05, 2009